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UCLA Intestinal Transplant

UCLA's intestinal transplant team is one of the most experienced and helps patients from birth through adulthood. We have performed more than 150 intestinal transplants, making us one of only five programs worldwide to have completed more than 100. We consistently deliver excellent results, thanks to our state-of-the art care and world-renowned transplant specialists. We also offer top intestinal rehabilitation and care »

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Why Choose UCLA Intestinal Transplant?

UCLA has one of the largest and longest-running adult intestinal transplant and pediatric intestinal transplant programs in the country. Intestinal transplant is a challenging procedure, and we hold the experience needed for success. In addition to our medical and surgical skill, we offer comprehensive treatment services that few other institutions can match:

  • Highly specialized team: Our team approach involves medical and surgical experts who specialize in intestinal conditions and care such as short gut syndrome, mobility disorders, total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and intestinal transplant. Our adult and pediatric liver and intestinal experts - as well as transplant coordinators, a social worker and a dietician - also work closely with these specialists to plan all aspects of your care.
  • Outcomes and care: Our state-of-the-art care comes from world-renowned transplant experts and consistently results in excellent outcomes.
  • Multi-organ surgical expertise: UCLA is a leading transplant center. Our fellowship-trained surgeons are highly skilled in complex and advanced procedures, including liver, pancreas, kidney, and intestinal transplantation.
  • Leadership: Our physicians and researchers are known as pioneers in intestinal rehabilitation and care, as well as transplant. Our peers in the industry view us as leaders. Read more about research and trials.
  • Personalized care: We care for patients from birth through adulthood, and we have special expertise in meeting the needs of pediatric patients and their families. When we take on a patient, we form an enduring relationship, through intestinal rehabilitation and care, transplant and follow-up. Learn more about our approach to care.

Contact Us

UCLA Intestinal Transplant Program
200 UCLA Medical Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-8138
transplants.ucla.edu/intestinal

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